Thursday, August 23, 2007

karl rove, elvira arellano, and the cultural marxists--teammates on the same side

Elvira Arellano broke U.S. federal law in 1997 when she sneaked illegally into our country from Mexico. That makes her a felon. She was caught and deported. Arellano stayed back in Mexico for about a minute, and then she snuck back into the United States. That's another felony which, if our government chose to prosecute her, would earn her 20 years in prison.

Arellano was arrested in Chicago in 2002 by Immigration and Customs (ICE) agents. It seems that she was employed at O'Hare International Airport by a janitorial service. According to ICE, she had access to security sensitive areas in the airport. After her arrest, Arellano was actually prosecuted for illegally using someone else's Social Security number. That's Felony #3, for those of you keeping score at home.

She was allowed to serve 3 years probation and stay in this country for that time (that just blows my mind!) and then was supposed to be deported in August 2006. Guess what? Arellano sought sanctuary at the Adalberto United Methodist Church (or should I say House of Cultural Marxism?) in Chicago. This "Three Times a Felon" (my apologies to Lionel Ritchie) has lived in that church for the past year.

Last weekend, Arellano left the church to go to Los Angeles for the illegal immigration rally. She was arrested and faces deportation. By the way, she has an 8-year old son who was born here in the U.S., which makes him a "legal" U.S. citizen. Arellano wants him to stay in the U.S., even if she is deported, but she is fighting to stay. Sen. Dick Durbin and Rep. Luis Guttierez have sponsored legislation that will make Arellanos a permanent resident.

I didn't tell this story to criticize Durbin or Guttierez--they are hard core leftists and their actions come as no surprise. They despise the America created by our Fathers and seek to transform our nation into an America in the image of Marxism. We know all about them.

I tell this story to criticize Pres. Bush and Karl Rove. Bush's sympathies and opinions on this matter are well known. He wants to provide instant citizenship to all illegals and then invite a whole bunch more to break into our country. He has the most ignorant idea that all of these illegals will be so greatful that they will all join the GOP. He's wrong. He also has the most ignorant idea that America "needs" the illegals. He's wrong about that, as well. We don't need a brand new criminal class of 25 million people (and rising) who have no wish to assimilate into our culture and who seek to suck up as much "free" goods and services as our government will provide for them--at taxpayer expense, of course!

The Bush administration, by allowing illegal immigrants (who are felons, by the way) to openly break our laws with no fear of punishment, breeds contempt for all of our laws by all of our citizens. Pres. Bush is sowing the seeds for a culture of lawlessness which will destroy the America that we have always known, unless we the people stand up and stop him.

What does Karl Rove have to do with all of this? Here's a quote from "The Boy Genius They Call Turd Blossom" (Bush's nickname for Rove) from earlier this week:

When asked why the Bush administration wants to provide a "path to citizenship" (code for "amnesty") for illegals, Rove answered, "I don't want my 17-year-old son to have to pick tomatoes or make beds in Las Vegas."

There's nothing I could add to that. The quote stands by itself and tells you everything you need to know about the Bush/Rove mentality.


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